Politics by the Ball
By: Marlon Manning
About the Book
Politics by the Ball is written for students and researchers of political science who analyze America’s association with issues in a world that is changing globally. Politics by the Ball is published as a means of producing accurate written analysis of political activity, actions, and behaviors associated with people in our politically-charged world. Most importantly, Politics by the Ball highlights the impact the peoples’ actions have on governmental laws and on our public social life in America.
About the Author
Author Marlon C. Manning is a criminal justice social scientist with a Master of Science Degree and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in American Studies from the University Of California Berkeley. He has conducted numerous amounts of research at Arizona State University, as well as at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. He is an active participant in community social work, a volunteer, and an athletic coach.
Marlon C. Manning has influenced the written reflections comprised through a series of book productions for macroeconomy, sociology, and political science college courses, along with many other wonderful people who are theologians and educational professionals. Other resource titles by Marlon C. Manning include A Student Guide to Practical Modern Macroeconomy and Working: Mexican is Color of Work Work is Less Less is Not Black.
(2019, Paperback, 96 pages)